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32-3621 - Addresses; telephone numbers; e-mail addresses; notification of change
32-3621. Addresses; telephone numbers; e-mail addresses; notification of change
A. Each registered trainee appraiser or state-licensed or state-certified appraiser shall advise the superintendent of the address of the person's principal place of business and all other addresses at which the person is currently engaged in the business of preparing real property appraisal reports.
B. Every registered trainee appraiser or state-licensed or state-certified appraiser shall notify the superintendent of the person's current residence address. Residence addresses on file with the superintendent are exempt from disclosure as public records.
C. Every registered trainee appraiser or state-licensed or state-certified appraiser shall provide the person's e-mail address if one exists and a daytime telephone number to the superintendent.
D. If a registered trainee appraiser or a state-licensed or state-certified appraiser changes the person's place of business or residence, e-mail address or daytime telephone number, the person shall give the superintendent written notification of the change within ten days after the change.